Saturday, July 28, 2007

Future Hideaway?

Another issue that keeps me watchful is the continual covert development (especially on/under US soil) of deep underground/mountain bases... what is the agenda behind this?

Much has been said on this issue, whether its on Area 51 or Cheyenne Mountain and NORAD bases, in relation to alien activity. Whilst this is something that can only be speculated, there is also a more pragmatic agenda here: future earth catastrophe.

It is reasonable to suggest that major government powers have considered emergency procedures in the light of natural climate catastrophe or human-induced destruction - especially as we now live in such high-risk times. Indeed, even the UK astronomer Royal - Sir Martin Rees - gave out a 50-50 chance of the human race surviving into the next century - see Our Final Century: Will the Human Race Survive the Twenty-first Century?

Given the future of such stark odds, a Plan B may well include powerful elites going 'underground' within self-sustainable cities for a long period of time until the surface is once again habitable...

An article I came across from 1991 which appeared in Time magazine called 'Civil Defense Doomsday Hideaway' is noteworthy on this account:

But buried deep inside a Virginia mountain, a vast, top-secret installation -- one of the great artifacts of the cold war -- remains at the ready. Known as Mount Weather, it is a Strangelovian relic of yesteryear intended to shelter the President and other top U.S. officials in case of nuclear war. The 33-year-old facility is manned by a second generation of doomsday planners, men and women who are reassessing their mission and that of the massive bunker they have maintained through more than three decades of nuclear threat.

Designed to survive the unthinkable and completed in 1958, the year after the Soviets launched the Sputnik satellite, Mount Weather stands as a monument to a potential nightmare. Few in the U.S. government will speak of it, though it is assumed that all along the Soviets have known both its precise location and its mission; defense experts take it as a given that the site is on the Kremlin's targeting maps. Yet Mount Weather remains an integral part of the U.S.'s "Continuity of Government" plan, under which senior officials are to be whisked away in case of an imminent nuclear strike so that they can set up a kind of Administration-in-exile, directing every order of business from retaliation to recovery.

Mount Weather is operated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, which for years has fended off inquiries about the installation with a firm "no comment." Jokes Bob Blair, a FEMA spokesman: "I'll be glad to tell you all about it, but I'd have to kill you afterward." Officially, the Mount Weather bunker does not exist; it is not mentioned in FEMA's published budget. "Even I don't know much about it, and I'm head of FEMA's congressional affairs," says David Cole. "A lot of it is in the black ((secret)) program."

Yet this is - literally - only the tip of the iceberg!

Let the unaware ones plan for the soil - and lets allow the Hearts to prepare for the Stars...


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